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VWL4584 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to an unidentified correspondent

Dear Madam
Please forgive my delay in answering- I have been very busy the last fortnight.
I fear I cannot tell you much about my...

192-0617
VWL1021 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Harriet Cohen

Dearest Harriet

I loved getting your telegram.
Alas! Alas!  I’ve been engaged for weeks for a dull dinner party here on the 18th - Now...

19321115
VWL1022 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Harriet Cohen

Dearest Harriet

You know I am always faithful to you!  That dinner party was the most boring thing in the world – how much rather wd...

19321119
VWL4431 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Maud Karpeles

Dear Maud
Thankyou 1000 times for the book. I have already read some chapters of it & like it so much. We shall meet soon.
Yrs RVW...

19331226
VWL4865 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Maud Karpeles

Dear Maud
I have to give a lecture on Folk song on Oct 23d & want to see if I can arrange for Elizabeth Darbyshire-...

1936----
VWL4629 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Eva Hubback

Dear Mrs Hubback1
Many thanks for your kind invitation - but I have given up lecturing for so long that I have quite forgotten how...

19380530
VWL4017 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to the Performing Right Society

Dear Sir

      Dorking Halls Concert Lecture Jan 10th
   (Winifred Small, Maurice Cole)

The following...

19400111
VWL4018 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to the Performing Right Society

Dear Sir
I beg to inform you that at my lecture-concert Jan 10 at Dorking Halls the following works that I believe to be copyright were...

19400121
VWL4672 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to Cordelia Curle

Belov Boo
You will have some merry times with your harmonium - Is the sound powerful? I suppose it lives in the Studio.
R gave his...

19460105
VWL4630 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Denis Richards

Dear Mr. Richards,
I have really given up lecturing, but I feel that I must come and talk about my old friend if you wish it.
Therefore...

19521119

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